Minnesota Orchestra Hall

This acclaimed 2,600-seat contemporary concert hall has been the permanent home of the Minnesota Orchestra since 1974. It hosts an active series of recitals, pop artists, and a popular series of summer “rug concerts”, the latter on a temporary floor that can be installed over the orchestra seats.

Working with the architects on a ‘fast track’ construction schedule that allowed the building to be finished in 18 months, FDA designed concert lighting fixture layouts, house and concert lighting control systems, and light-duty rigging for non-classical concert events.

In Spring of 2006, Fisher Dachs, Donnell Consultants, and Artec Consultants were asked by the Minnesota Orchestra to complete a programing study to look at the potential to expand the Front of House and Back of House Facilities.

  • Client: Minnesota Orchestral Assoiation
  • Architect: Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates
  • Arch. of Record: Hammel Green & Abrahamson
  • Completion Year: 1974
  • Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Acoustician: Cyril Harris
  • Building Size: 90,000 s.f.
  • Capacity: 2,450 seats


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